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post #61 of 79
1000 CPI is not good for 2d as the cursor jumps two pixels when changing the direction.
post #62 of 79
http://techblog.steelseries.com/2016/01/15/new-in-3.6.4.html
I guess rival 50 is a child of the 100?
post #63 of 79
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http://techblog.steelseries.com/2016/01/15/new-in-3.6.4.html
I guess rival 50 is a child of the 100?

Rival 50 = Rival 100 without leds and gamesense
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post #64 of 79
Im very interested about this mouse. Is this actually suited for competitive gaming at high level without excessive drawbacks? (cs go)
post #65 of 79
When you are saying the mouse is fine at 500 CPI do you mean the polling rate or the DPI? I assume CPI is the same as DPI. What polling rate does the Rival 100 default too?
post #66 of 79
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When you are saying the mouse is fine at 500 CPI do you mean the polling rate or the DPI? I assume CPI is the same as DPI. What polling rate does the Rival 100 default too?

He means DPI and yes your correct CPI=DPI. It defaults a 1000hz and has 500hz too.
post #67 of 79
Aw OK. So he is saying keep the mouse at 500 DPI @ 1000 polling rate and its a fine mouse.
post #68 of 79
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Aw OK. So he is saying keep the mouse at 500 DPI @ 1000 polling rate and its a fine mouse.

You can use it @ 500hz if you prefer the way mouse feels at this poling rate
post #69 of 79
How is the Rival 100 shape/performance compared to Sensei RAW? Looking for the best performance I can get for a Sensei-ish shape with soft clicks. Not sure if I should buy a Sensei or Rival 100.
post #70 of 79
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Originally Posted by hasukka View Post

How is the Rival 100 shape/performance compared to Sensei RAW? Looking for the best performance I can get for a Sensei-ish shape with soft clicks. Not sure if I should buy a Sensei or Rival 100.

The mouse clicks won't feel the same as sensei as the shell had more flexibility in the finger areas, how ever having said that sensei/xai was my favorite mouse shape and adjusting to this mouse was very easy as the shape is very similar and the performance of the sensor on low sensitivities is great. (500cpi, 500hz and 1000hz)
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